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$20.00
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$20.00 per hour plus travel allowance.
Part time. Weekends are very busy. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday would be the days required. This could change depending on bookings. The drive to work is approx. , 20 minute drive north from Campbell River.
Qualifications & Experience
Some experience helpful.
Vehicle required with drivers abstract.
Travel allowance.
$30.36
Details
The role – you will provide dispatch services for the operations departments (Fleet, Parks, Roads, Water and Liquid Waste Services) out of the Dogwood Operations Centre (DOC) and perform a wide variety of clerical and administrative tasks in support of the department administration. The incumbent is expected to work independently on most assignments, and to deal with internal and external clients with courtesy and tact, and a focus on service.

Our ideal candidate will strive for administrative excellence and will have the ability to work under pressure, exercise good judgement and make sound decisions in stressful and/or emergency situations. In addition, you will be able to deliver a high level of customer service in a calm and tactful manner with both internal and external customers over the phone, radio or in person.
Qualifications & Experience
To be considered for this role, you will have:
• Grade 12 or equivalent.
• Minimum three (3) years related clerical or administrative work experience in a customer service-oriented role, within an office environment.
• Intermediate proficiency with MS Word and basic proficiency with MS Excel (testing to be conducted).
• Previous related dispatch experience in a municipal public works environment preferred.
• Previous experience operating radio systems preferred.
$18.00 to start
Details
This position will start immediately and hours will be based on the occupancy of the hotel.
Hours most commonly running from 9am-3:30pm, however can extend depending on occupancy.
Looking for consistent and reliable candidates.
Full medical and dental benefits upon qualification for the position.
Qualifications & Experience
Housekeeping experience preferred, but we are willing to train the right person.
$18.00 to start
Details
- No experience necessary, we will train the right candidate
- Wash and fold laundry in a commercial laundry room setting, occasionally assisting the front desk with housekeeping tasks
-4 Days/ week 3:30pm-12:00am
-Looking for consistent reliable candidates
- Wage is per Union scale
Qualifications & Experience
Experience with housekeeping an asset.
$55,000-$67,000
Details
Responsibilities Include:

• Providing Employment Case Management support to individual program participants.
• Liaising with staff from various organizations who provide services to clientele.
• Provide referral and assessment services in conjunction with employment action plans.
• Coordinating activities in accordance with various funding agreements.
• Completion of reporting requirements as per applicable funding agreements.

The Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council is seeking a permanent, full-time Case Manager to work in the Nuu-chah-nulth Employment and Training Program (NETP). Based out of the Port Alberni office. The Case Manager is directly involved in the process of employment case management and supporting individuals with achieving their employment and training goals. This position would suit an individual who is looking for a rewarding career and who has passion to help others achieve new goals and opportunities.
Qualifications & Experience
Preferred Qualifications:

• Post-Secondary Diploma in Health, Social Sciences or Human Services.
• Familiarity with Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations culture and communities.
• Certified Career Development Practitioner (CCDP) considered an asset.
• Motivational Interviewing training considered an asset.
• Ability to collaborate effectively with internal and external partners to facilitate events.
• Strong organizational abilities and experience balancing multiple projects.
• Experience working with a database and reporting systems for government.
• Knowledge and understanding of existing historical barriers to First Nations people.
• Sensitivity to the real needs of First Nations people.
• Provide acceptable (3) references and criminal record check.
• Must have a car, valid driver’s license, and able to travel to NTC Communities.
$70,000 – $97,000
Details
As our future HR Advisor, you will:
• Manage all day-to-day Human Resources activities (inquiries, disciplinary issues, manager
coaching, etc.).
• Partnering with the HR Manager and the leadership team to understand and execute the
organization’s human resource and talent strategy particularly as it relates to current and
future talent needs.
• Actively participate in and enhance our Talent Acquisition program including recruitment,
retention and onboarding.
• Communicate and provide coaching to our management/supervisor teams.
• Remain current on and maintain compliance with local employment laws and regulations.
• Ensure that all internal processes and documents related to Human Resources are adhered to
and kept up to date.
• May be required to travel (up to 20%) to site locations across Vancouver Island and when
required supports Global HR Initiatives with other Business Units around the world.

We are the world's largest supplier of farm-raised salmon with our Mowi Canada West operations
located on the coast of beautiful British Columbia and Vancouver Island. We work in partnership
with the First Nation communities within which we operate and our 300+ Mowi farmers and
processors proudly produce sustainable farm-raised Atlantic salmon contributing to food security
for our growing populations.

Reporting to the Human Resources Manager, you will play a pivotal role in optimizing HR
processes, reducing costs, and driving initiatives to attract, retain, and develop top talent. As an HR
Advisor with expertise in employee relations, you will implement proactive measures to foster open
communication, resolve issues promptly, and promote a culture of trust and collaboration. This
may include conducting regular employee feedback sessions, implementing conflict resolution
mechanisms, and providing coaching and support to managers in handling employee relations
matters.

Particular emphasis for this role is placed on recruitment, retention and employee relations. Other
responsibilities include: administration of relevant legislation; collective agreements; terms and
conditions of employment and Company policies and procedures; performance management;
disability management; labour relations guidance; onboarding and organizational development. This
position also contributes to the assessment of existing programs and processes by collecting,
tracking and summarizing critical HR metrics, including analyzing trends and providing
recommendations for improvements.
Qualifications & Experience
What you Bring:

• 3 to 5 years of relevant experience coupled with post-secondary education in Human Resources
Management or related field (equivalent experience with progressive responsibility may be
considered).
• a CPHR designation or working towards is considered an asset.
• Proven ability in dealing with confidential and sensitive information.
• The ability to deal tactfully and diplomatically with employees from all levels of the Company.
• Excellent problem solving, analytical reasoning skills and judgment.
• Demonstrated ability to participate as a team member, contributing to the development and
enhancement of the team.
• Strong presentations skills including the ability to interact with members of the public at
recruitment/job fairs.
• High energy, goal-oriented individual who thrives on achieving outcomes through consultative
and collaborative methods.
• Customer service focused and demonstrated ability to achieve continuous improvement.
• Excellent interpersonal skills with a demonstrated ability to proactively build and maintain trusted
relationships with key stakeholders.
• Experience working with collective agreements and unionized environments.
• Effective decision-making, critical thinking, and problem resolution skills.
• Knowledge of human resource information software (HRIS/HRMS).
• Ability to create and nurture a culture of diversity and inclusivity.
• Active listening and problem-solving skills for employee relations.
• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
• Proficient with Microsoft Office programs.
$16.75-$20
Details
Benefits:
Competitive salary.
Employee meal discounts.
Opportunities for advancement within the company.
Friendly and supportive work environment.
Training and development opportunities.

Join the family at Nhau, a beloved Vietnamese restaurant that has been serving authentic and delicious Vietnamese cuisine for half year. We are dedicated to providing a warm and welcoming atmosphere where families and friends can come together to enjoy traditional dishes made with fresh ingredients and a touch of love. As a part of our kitchen team, you'll be contributing to a rich culinary tradition and helping to create memorable dining experiences for our guests.
Qualifications & Experience
Key Responsibilities:
Wash and sanitize dishes, pots, pans, and utensils.
Maintain cleanliness and organization of the kitchen, including sweeping and mopping floors.
Assist in food preparation and basic cooking tasks as needed.
Properly store food items and supplies.
Dispose of trash and recyclables in a timely manner.
Assist with receiving and stocking deliveries.
Follow all health and safety regulations.

Requirements:
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
Strong attention to detail.
Reliable and punctual with a strong work ethic.
Ability to stand for extended periods and lift heavy items.
Team player with good communication skills.
Prior experience in a kitchen or restaurant setting is a plus, but not required.
Willingness to work flexible hours, including weekends and holidays.
$30.00/hr
Details
Campbell River North Island Transition Society is a fast-growing agency. Are you passionate about helping women and children experiencing abuse or in recovery? If you’re looking for an exciting career in a fun organization with the potential to grow where you are also helping women, this is the perfect career for you.

This is a union site with the wage being $26.74 per hour plus 12.2% (30.00 per hour)

Successful applicant will work as part of a team providing counselling, support and crisis intervention.

Excellent communication and crisis management skills. Strong knowledge of violence against women, mental health, and substance misuse.

Job Types: Part-time, Casual

Schedule:
- 12 hour shift
- 8 hour shift
- Day shift
- Holidays
- Monday to Friday
- Night shift
- On call
- Weekend availability

COVID-19 considerations: All staff must be fully vaccinated to comply with public health order.
Qualifications & Experience
Human Service Worker Diploma or equivalent or Equivalent training and experience
$22-$28/hr
Details
Landscape/Construction Labourer needed to join our team.
Qualifications & Experience
- Bobcat and Mini excavator and construction experience would be an asset but not necessary
- Valid Class 5 Driver's License - with clean abstract required and own transportation available
- Must be able to work flexible schedule with some weekends
- Carpentry experience is an asset but not necessary
$17.00/hr
Details
$17/hr to start which is negotiable.

Who We Are:
Kidz Connection is a large and busy daycare in Campbell River offering childcare for infants, preschoolers, and school age children.

Opportunity:
This is a full time Childcare Provider position which will include a benefits package as well as the option of free, full time daycare enrollment for child/ren of the successful candidate.
The right person will have the opportunity to become an Early Child Educator and the tuition will be paid for by Kidz Connection.

GREAT OPPORTUNITY for a working parent who needs child care while working and kids can be picked up from school.

The position is for Monday to Friday 11am-5:30pm
Qualifications & Experience
The successful applicant will:
- Have Class 5 driver's license
- Be 19 years of age
- Consent to a criminal record check
N/A
Details
Attend virtually, or in person at WorkBC Centre-Campbell River, 920 Alder Street

Call now to register: 250-286-3441 or toll free 1-866-286-6788
Qualifications & Experience
Every second Tuesday: 11:00 am to Noon - The Single Parent Employment Initiative

If you are a single parent that has been receiving income or disability assistance for at least three months, you may be eligible for training and support to help you secure a long-term job.
In this informative session, we'll provide an overview of the program, cover basic eligibility, and let you know what kinds of benefits may be available to you.
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Details
Attend virtually, or in person at WorkBC Centre-Campbell River, 920 Alder Street

Call now to register: 250-286-3441 or toll free 1-866-286-6788
Qualifications & Experience
Every second Thursday - 10:00 am to 11:30 am

If you're interested in learning about funded skills training through WorkBC Employment Services, this is the information session for you.
We'll cover basic eligibility, talk about the types of training/education that might be considered, walk you through the application process and tell you about next steps.

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Register today for this unique learning & networking opportunity for North Island Employers.

Hosted by WorkBC Centre-North Island Regional Manager of Employer Services, Chris Callanan, this lively, engaging session is not to be missed.

Attendees are welcome to participate as able by either attending the whole event or participating only in the presentations of most interest to them.

*Light refreshments will be provided for those attending in person.
Qualifications & Experience
Monday, June 03, 2024
11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Participate on-line or in-person at the WorkBC Centre-Campbell River, located at 920 Alder Street
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Learn about tools and techniques that can help those with an irregular income better manage their finances and reduce their financial related stress.
Qualifications & Experience
Presented in Partnership with the Credit Counselling Society

Ideal for anyone with an income that varies each month such as contractors, part time workers, self employed entrepreneurs, gig workers or seasonal workers.
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Qualifications & Experience
Are you an Internationally Trained Professional?

Our Skills Bridge program could help you with obtaining your foreign credential recognition and transitioning your skills to employment in the field of your education!

Call us today to find out more.
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Details
The information session will cover:
o what a wage subsidy is
o how it can help a person find work
o eligibility
o process to apply
o how it works once you start the job
Qualifications & Experience
Join us online, or in person at our Campbell River location (920 Alder Street) Friday, June 07, 2024 from 1-2 pm to learn more about this invaluable tool for those on the journey to employment!
$29.71-$31.52 per hour
Details
North Island Employment is currently accepting applications for a Full-Time in office The wage range for the Employment Resource Advisor is $29.71-$31.52 per hour. The Employment Resource Advisor position based in our Campbell River office. This is an excellent opportunity to work with an award winning organization!

Who you are…

As a professional you pride yourself on the following attributes:
• You genuinely enjoy working with a diverse range of clients.
• You are comfortable dealing with conflict when it arises and handling difficult conversations.
• You are easily able to engage clients and keep them engaged through your work with them.
• You love learning and aren’t afraid to ask questions.
• You are organized and have the ability to consistently manage your time.
• You love to learn new technologies, programs, and policies.
• You have excellent data management and documentation skills.
• Your collaborative approach to the team you work with make people want to work with you.

The Role…
The Employment Counsellor – Resource Centre position reports to the Regional Manager, Client Services and works closely with the Client Services Coordinators to provide employment services to unemployed and/or underemployed people. This position is part of a coordinated client engagement team supporting the Front Desk and Resource Centre. This role provides support to a diverse range of clients (including those who may have multiple barriers to employment) accessing self-serve services in the busy Resource Centre including: providing support to clients working on the computer and accessing phone and photocopying; making referrals to support clients in their transition to employment; assisting with self-serve workshops; posting employer job postings and providing regular rotating coverage at the front desk. This position is familiar with various service delivery channels including virtual and WorkBC Centres and uses a client centered approach to service delivery. This position is responsible for taking personal initiative for staying up to date and following WorkBC Policy and ICM requirements to ensure accurate data entry and documentation standards.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
• Regular and rotating coverage at the front desk and in the Resource Centre as part of the client engagement team;
• Ensure users of the Resource Centre are using facilities for job search related activities;
• Maintain the security precautions and routines of the Resource Centre;
• Facilitate the delivery of self-serve employment related workshops (i.e. resume building; cover letters; interview skills; labour market information, essential skills etc.) through virtual and in-person means;
• Provide support for clients registering for a BCeid and accessing the Online Employment Services portal which all clients are required to complete (self-serve or case managed);
• Provide support and assistance to self-serve clients of the Resource Centre in accessing job postings, using the computer lab, word processing, Internet, occupational and labour market information, academic/re-training information, etc;
• Assist clients in resume and cover letter preparation;
• Assist clients to research employers in the community that are suitable for clients' abilities and interests for either paid or volunteer work;
• Maintain up-to-date information and resources in the Resource Centre;
• Take job posting information from employers and post job postings on physical and online job board;
• Assist with compilation and updating of local labour market information;
• Ensure the Resource Centre is organized and a professional working space;
• Perform other related duties as required.
Qualifications & Experience
Key Competencies:
• Values. Behaves consistently with clear personal values that complement NIEFS’s values of excellence, diversity, and respect.
• Integrity & Ethics. Ensures integrity in personal and organizational practices and professional behavior. Builds a respectful and client-centered workplace committed to maintaining privacy and confidentiality.
• Innovation. Thinks creatively; is open to new ideas and technologies. Is committed to developing effective and new approaches to service excellence. Is flexible and adaptable to meeting ever-changing demands of clients, funders, employers, and other community stakeholders.
• Accountability. Accepts and creates a culture of accountability; fosters personal growth; takes personal ownership and initiative. Is self-aware and demonstrates a commitment to ongoing learning and continual improvement in a highly complex environment.
• Engagement. Shows passion for the job and the mission of North Island Employment.
• Effective Communication. Fosters open communication, actively listens to others, speaks effectively and respectfully, and prepares written communication so that messages are clearly understood.
• Organized & Efficient. Plans ahead and works in a systematic and organized way. Follows policy, directions and procedures and ensures deliverables are met on time and according to agreed standards.

Qualifications – Knowledge, Education and Experience
• 3 years’ experience working as an Employment Counsellor in the employment services industry (or similar industry) working with a broad and diverse range of clients including those with complex barriers both in-person and through virtual services.
• Experience coaching and mentoring clients.
• Experience working with scheduling and case management databases.
• Advanced working knowledge and experience with MS Office and navigating the Internet in various browsers and using it as a research tool
• Advanced keyboarding skills and ability to type a minimum of 40 words per minute.
• Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle.
• Availability to work varied work hours including evenings and weekends.
• Certification as a Career Development Professional (CCDP) or actively working towards certification.
• A post-secondary certificate, degree, or diploma in a relevant field (e.g. career or employment development, vocational rehabilitation, social work, psychology, sociology, human services, counselling, education or human resource management).
• A criminal record check will be required and employment will be contingent on the result of this check being such that security clearance to work in the Integrated Case Management System can be approved.
$26.29 - $ 27.91/hr
Details
North Island Employment is currently accepting applications for a part-time (Wed-Fri - 22.5 hours/week), in office The wage range for the Employment Resource Advisor is $26.29 - $ 27.91. The Employment Resource Advisor position based in our Port Hardy office. This is an excellent opportunity to work with an award winning organization!

Who we are… Connecting people with work since 1986. With over 30 years in business, North Island Employment is a cornerstone in communities building extensive partnerships with businesses, other organizations, communities and individuals in Campbell River and across Vancouver Island North. These partnerships are integral to our ability to assist people to build self-sufficiency through active and sustainable participation in the labour market and assist employers to hire the right people, with the right skills at the right time contributing to a strong, resilient and healthy community.

As an award winning organization, North Island Employment is a respected leader in workforce development and has been the recipient of numerous nominations and awards that include: Non-profit of the Year by the Port Hardy Chamber of Commerce, Business of the Year (26-49 employees) and Diversity Leadership at the Campbell River Chamber of Commerce Business Awards of Excellence along with provincial recognition as Career Development Organization of the Year by the BC Career Development Association and Employment Organization of the Year by the Association of Service Providers for Employability and Career Training.

Our culture is one of personal and professional excellence, mutual respect, collaboration and commitment to people and community. In addition competitive wages, extended health and dental, health and sick days, RSP matching, and 3 weeks’ vacation to start, are part of the total compensation package for eligible staff.

Why Port Hardy and the Vancouver Island North Region…
Surrounded by majestic mountains and spectacular ocean views, Port Hardy and the Vancouver Island North region offers it all. Popular summer events and year-round world class recreational opportunities coupled with local health care, a School District with innovative programs, North Island College and truly affordable housing options, the Vancouver Island North lifestyle is unparalleled.

Communities across the Vancouver Island North region including Port Hardy are well networked with Highway 19 which connects with Campbell River, Nanaimo and Victoria. In addition, BC Ferries offers a number of different routes, connecting the region to Prince Rupert, Alert Bay and Sointula. Port Hardy also offers a number of daily scheduled flights to Vancouver from the regional airport and Pacific Coastal Airline. Check out all the great things Port Hardy and the Vancouver Island North region has to offer by visiting: https://myvancouverislandnorth.ca/ or http://www.visitporthardy.com/

Who you are… As a professional you pride yourself on the following attributes:
 You genuinely enjoy working with a diverse range of clients.
 You are able to quickly put people at ease and make them feel welcome and comfortable.
 You have strong communication skills and a strength-based approach.
 You are organized and have the ability to consistently manage your time.
 You love to learn new technologies, programs, and policies.
 You have excellent data management and documentation skills.
 Your sense of humor and compassionate way in which you treat ALL individuals immediately engages and sets the tone for an exceptional service experience.
 You work collaboratively with others in a dynamic environment

The Role…
The Employment Resource Advisor position reports to Regional Manager, Client Services and provides support and resources to Clients in the Resource Area. The position involves working in coordination with two Employment Counsellors and is a key role in client engagement within our service team. This position introduces clients to the information, tools and resources to help them with self-serve job search, labour market research and other employment related activities. This position also provides basic job search instruction and basic technical support.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:
 Provide Resource Area orientations and support Clients in the Resource Area to access: equipment usage/computer workstations with internet access; relevant software programs and templates for resume writing; Labour Market Information (LMI); telephones and fax machine; and photocopy machine.
 Support Client completion of online registration for a BCeid and services registration through the Online Employment Services Portal (self-serve)
 Refer clients to Employment Counsellors for consults and other levels of service delivery
 Assist Self-Serve Clients in the Resource Area to ensure they: o Are aware of all available services and supports related to achieving Labour Market Attachment or Community Attachment o Can locate and access employment-related information, resources and supports o Are aware of and support them in finding other community resources and government programs or benefits they may need
 Assist Clients with employment applications, interview preparation, interview follow-up, accessing self-serve workshops etc.
 Make available to Clients and Employers relevant print materials and on-line links to British Columbia LMI and other provincial and federal sources of up-to-date, accurate and relevant LMI such as the NIEFS, WorkBC, and Service Canada websites.
 Ensure users of the Work Support
Qualifications & Experience
Key Competencies:
 Values. Behaves consistently with clear personal values that complement NIEFS’s values of excellence, diversity, and respect.
 Integrity & Ethics. Ensures integrity in personal and organizational practices and professional behavior. Builds a respectful and client-centered workplace committed to maintaining privacy and confidentiality.
 Innovation. Thinks creatively; is open to new ideas and technologies. Is committed to developing effective and new approaches to service excellence. Is flexible and adaptable to meeting ever-changing demands of clients, funders, employers, and other community stakeholders.
 Accountability. Accepts and creates a culture of accountability; fosters personal growth; takes personal ownership and initiative. Is self-aware and demonstrates a commitment to ongoing learning and continual improvement in a highly complex environment.
 Engagement. Shows passion for the job and the mission of North Island Employment.
 Effective Communication. Fosters open communication, actively listens to others, speaks effectively and respectfully, and prepares written communication so that messages are clearly understood.
 Organized & Efficient. Plans ahead and works in a systematic and organized way. Follows policy, directions and procedures and ensures deliverables are met on time and according to agreed standards.

Qualifications – Knowledge, Education and Experience
 Grade 12 completion.
 3 years’ experience in a customer services and/or experience in a community or social service organization working with a diverse clientele including individuals with complex barriers.
 Experience working with scheduling and case management databases.
 Strong keyboarding skills and ability to type a minimum of 40 words per minute.
 Experience providing customer service and resolving issues both in person and in a virtual service delivery environment.
 Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle.
 Availability to work varied work hours including evenings and weekends.
 Advanced working knowledge and experience with MS Office and navigating the Internet in various browsers and using it as a research tool
OR
 A post-secondary certificate, degree or diploma.
 A criminal record check will be required and employment will be contingent on the result of this check being such that security clearance to work in the Integrated Case Management System can be approved.
$24.02-$27.30
Details
We are recruiting for a Broodstock Technician to join our Breeding and Broodstock team. This is a
unique opportunity for individuals to gain experience in land-based site settings as well as marine
environments depending upon the needs of the Breeding and Broodstock production plans.

Applicants with aquaculture experience and/or relevant post-secondary education will be given
preference as we are a company that embraces constant learning and industry professionalism.
The ability to get along with a wide variety of people from different backgrounds and cultures is
paramount. We look for employees who are self- motivated, safety oriented and have a positive
attitude. Successful applicants must be physically fit, able to work in challenging weather
conditions and have a passion for taking care of animals.

Broodstock Technician Responsibilities:
• Broodstock handling
• Cleaning, power-washing and sanitizing to ensure a pristine environment for our fish and
our employees
• Accurate reporting, record keeping and document management
• Conducting water quality checks, environmental and fish health sampling
• Monitoring fish behavior, appearance and health
• Operating site equipment (i.e., forklift, site boat) when authorized and trained

This is a remote camp position of 8 days on and 6 days off. Transportation is provided from our
Campbell River marshalling point.

What we offer:
• Competitive industry wages and full-time, year-round employment
• Comprehensive Flex Benefits Plan including Life & Disability Insurance and pension plan
• Wellness Program including an annual wellness reimbursement
• Potential for Annual Bonus
• Company provided PPE
Wage: $24.02 to $27.30 per hour
Closing Date: June 7, 2024
Qualifications & Experience
• Mechanical aptitude is an asset
• Must have valid BC Class 5 drivers licence
$70,000-$97,000
Details
We are the world's largest supplier of farm-raised salmon with our Mowi Canada West operations
located on the coast of beautiful British Columbia and Vancouver Island. We work in partnership
with the First Nation communities within which we operate and our 300+ Mowi farmers and
processors proudly produce sustainable farm-raised Atlantic salmon contributing to food security
for our growing populations.

Reporting to the Human Resources Manager, you will play a pivotal role in optimizing HR
processes, reducing costs, and driving initiatives to attract, retain, and develop top talent. As an HR
Advisor with expertise in employee relations, you will implement proactive measures to foster open
communication, resolve issues promptly, and promote a culture of trust and collaboration. This
may include conducting regular employee feedback sessions, implementing conflict resolution
mechanisms, and providing coaching and support to managers in handling employee relations
matters.

Particular emphasis for this role is placed on recruitment, retention and employee relations. Other
responsibilities include: administration of relevant legislation; collective agreements; terms and
conditions of employment and Company policies and procedures; performance management;
disability management; labour relations guidance; onboarding and organizational development. This
position also contributes to the assessment of existing programs and processes by collecting,
tracking and summarizing critical HR metrics, including analyzing trends and providing
recommendations for improvements.

As our future HR Advisor, you will:
• Manage all day-to-day Human Resources activities (inquiries, disciplinary issues, manager
coaching, etc.).
• Partnering with the HR Manager and the leadership team to understand and execute the
organization’s human resource and talent strategy particularly as it relates to current and
future talent needs.
• Actively participate in and enhance our Talent Acquisition program including recruitment,
retention and onboarding.
• Communicate and provide coaching to our management/supervisor teams.
• Remain current on and maintain compliance with local employment laws and regulations.
• Ensure that all internal processes and documents related to Human Resources are adhered to
and kept up to date.
• May be required to travel (up to 20%) to site locations across Vancouver Island and when required supports Global HR Initiatives with other Business Units around the world.

This is a full-time position based in either Campbell River BC, or Port Hardy, BC with an option for
hybrid work. The closing date is June 14, 2024.

Salary Range: $70,000 – $97,000
Qualifications & Experience
What you Bring:
• 3 to 5 years of relevant experience coupled with post-secondary education in Human Resources
• Management or related field (equivalent experience with progressive responsibility may be
considered).
• a CPHR designation or working towards is considered an asset.
• Proven ability in dealing with confidential and sensitive information.
• The ability to deal tactfully and diplomatically with employees from all levels of the Company.
• Excellent problem solving, analytical reasoning skills and judgment.
• Demonstrated ability to participate as a team member, contributing to the development and
enhancement of the team.
• Strong presentations skills including the ability to interact with members of the public at
recruitment/job fairs.
• High energy, goal-oriented individual who thrives on achieving outcomes through consultative
and collaborative methods.
• Customer service focused and demonstrated ability to achieve continuous improvement.
• Excellent interpersonal skills with a demonstrated ability to proactively build and maintain trusted
relationships with key stakeholders.
• Experience working with collective agreements and unionized environments.
• Effective decision-making, critical thinking, and problem resolution skills.
• Knowledge of human resource information software (HRIS/HRMS).
• Ability to create and nurture a culture of diversity and inclusivity.
• Active listening and problem-solving skills for employee relations.
• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
• Proficient with Microsoft Office programs.